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The members of the Pommersheim Family represented on this web site date back to the mid-1800's in Neu Arad which was a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the time. Neu Arad (also Uj Arad) is now a part of Arad, a city in western Romania.

The Family tree contains six generations and is in no way complete. I welcome and encourage all family members to contribute whatever they can to fill in the blanks.

To see the tree in its entirety, click on the InterneTree link below. In the window that opens, click on "Search" in the upper left-hand corner and then on "Find a Person". In the list that appears, locate "Pommersheim, Johann (1850-1934)". Make sure that name is highlighted and then click on "OK". Then maximize the window to see as much of the tree as possible.
The Pommersheim Family
Updated October 14, 2007

Bob Pommersheim
9440 Poinciana Place, #306
Davie, FL 33324
United States
954-907-4233
rjpomm@att.net

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Family Photos

  • Another Voyage (30 KB)
    This ticket represents passage on the "Kronprinzessin Cecelie" in May 1909. Note that the travel was to New York and then on to Pittsburgh.
  • Johann (John) Pommersheim (48 KB)
    Founder of the U.S. Branch of the Pommersheim Family
  • John Martin's arrival in the US, Page 2 (129 KB)
    This is the continuation of the manifest of the SS Amerika. See lines 20 and 21.
  • John, John Martin and Joseph Andrew (15 KB)
    The guys around 1920 - 1925
  • John, Margaret and John Martin (13 KB)
    The first-born and his parents.
  • Another Voyage (44 KB)
    This is the ticket used by Johann Pommersheim to travel from Bremen to New York and then on to Pittsburgh on 4 May 1909.
  • Joseph Andrew Pommersheim (26 KB)
    This picture is circa 1916 (?)
  • The Boys (32 KB)
    Circa 1917
  • Citizenship (31 KB)
    It was in 1915 that John Pommersheim became a naturalized citizen of the United States. He was 34 years old.
  • Patricia Pommersheim (12 KB)
    As a child of about five years?
  • Margaret Schmidt (?) (15 KB)
    It was thought that this was a picture of Margaret Schmidt, but when compared to the lady in the picture titled "John, Margaret and John Martin", it seems to be a different person.
  • Birth Cetrificate (38 KB)
    This is John Pommersheim's birth certificate dated July 14, 1881. It is written in Hungarian as Hungary was the administrator of the Banat at the time.
  • A Passage to America (29 KB)
    This is the ticket used by John Pommersheim to sail to Baltimore aboard the "Karlsruhe" in February 1905
  • Completion Certificate (49 KB)
    This certificate, written in Hungarian, signifies that John Pommersheim had successfully completed training in "the old country" to be a locksmith in 1898. He was 18 years old.
  • Marriage Certificate (25 KB)
    This is the marriage certificate of Johann Pommersheim and Margaretha Schmidt dated September 28, 1907. The wedding took place at St. Joseph Church in Braddock, Pennsylvania
  • German certificate (31 KB)
    This official document, written in German, substantiates the completion of training and competence in the locksmith trade.
  • Ship's Manifest Page 1 (86 KB)
    Lines 26 & 27 show Johann and Barbara (Pommersheim) Jancsi arriving in New York in July 1923 aboard the "Mount Carroll" enroute to visit Uncle Johann Pommersheim in East Pittsburgh, PA
  • A Family History (28 KB)
    This is the inside-front cover of a prayer book that has listed the dates of birth (and death) of several family members of John and Margaret Pommersheim.
  • Ship's Manifest Page 2 (86 KB)
    Continuation of Page one. See lines 26 and 27
  • John Martin's Arrival in the US (124 KB)
    Although born in Arad, John Martin Pommersheim arrived in the United States on December 11, 1913 aboard the SS Amerika when he was five years old. See lines 20 and 21.
 

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